• CT Student Test Scores Abysmal In New Haven—Is That Why X Added A "Sensitive Content" Warning To The Post?

    September 6, 2023

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    Results are in for the 2022-2023 academic year in Connecticut, and test scores on Connecticut's Smarter Balanced Assessments are down well below state targets for English language arts, math, science and more, for many schools in the state. Less than half of students in the state in grades 3-11 meet fitness standards, and just 43.5% demonstrate postsecondary readiness; the state goal is 75%.

    Across the state, for students in grades 3-11, just 48.5% met or exceeded ELA standards, and 42.5% met or exceeded the math standard.

    These are just average numbers, so that means some districts are performing better than average, like Darien where 79.4% of students met or exceeded ELA standards and 80.8% of students met or exceeded math standards.

    Use this link to review the Report Card for any district in the state.

    Other districts are performing worse than average, including districts like Bridgeport, where 19.6% of students met or exceeded ELA standards and only 10.8% met or exceeded math standards. Or Hartford, where 17.7% met or exceeded ELA standards and 13.9% met or exceeded math standards.

    This spreadsheet has test results for all CT schools.

    It's no wonder the shocking results made the evening news.

    But when a Connecticut resident posted a picture from TV showing the poor assessment results for New Haven on X (formerly twitter), the account got slapped with a "sensitive content warning".

    Source: CT Republican

    Who knew that a picture with the headline "test scores down" could be so alarming that it would be considered "sensitive content"?

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